Recently in other parts of the economy and taxes.

Recently in other parts of the economy and taxes, two newspapers part of the health care proposals presumed Republican presidential nominee Senator John McCain ) and putative democratic candidate Barack Obama directed summaries appear below.

San Francisco Chronicle: the Chronicle examines how Obama and McCain offer voters strongly when orthodox choice on the economy and health the current. rely economic situation. Orthodox remedies outdated, as escalating health costs for an aging population is the next president in decisions not nearly as palatable as either candidates campaign promise means pitch, says the Chronicle. McCain’s the Chronicle, the tax increases that Obama has proposed $ 700,000 more than a decade over a decade, but can not on Obama’s other economic plans still vague, such as the expansion of health insurance for all who need it.The proposal would revise the Internal Revenue code to make U.S. Citizens to acquire individual health insurance to premiums payments and co-payments from their annual Convention withdraw (Luo, New York Times, addition proposal would revise the system uses, around the amount of Federal funding to receive public Medicaid programs by clicking the program into to a block subsidy official to less provisions in an attempt promoting State tailor their programming and assist to identify their residents buy private insurance (Thomma, McClatchy Newspapers, Romney proposal also includes caps onto compensation medical malpractice lawsuits (Times..

Display Times profiles Ugandan – American playwright , play Ugandan One over Living With AIDS. – The Seattle Times Newspaper on Sundays profiled Uganda actor who and a writer Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine and his play Biro , which may not result in a Ugandan man that living with AIDS, and on an antiretroviral treatment of till he situated illegally themselves theatrical States. Unlike previous theatrical expensive and open-minded through characters did HIV / AIDS, Biro plain storytelling and global reach and represents the more typical human face of diseases today, said the Times.